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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 1920 THE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE MARKETS sfcwkers scarce.." Few choice butcher steers changed hinds around J15.00; June _l markets continued dull There caaS today. tor tlcally all grides at oats and barley, with no offerings ia sight, little business "was transacted. July dosed 6 ceuls lower; Oc- tober 1 cent lower, nod December 1 7-8 ceits lower; barley 3 1-2 for July and, 1. 2-4 tents down for October; ftei 8 1-2 ceils' down (or July 6 lower (or Ocio- butchers ranxlni Irom 511.50 lo for cholw Good neary feed- ei- steers sold from 110.00 to J10-60 Choice calves rinsed from J16.W to J17.M. Tne bee market held sleaiy at for selects. The warket closed 2 P m. to per- mit employees to vote In the provin- cial eltctionj. nounced. Dotikhobor lands Ip Sask- atchewan liave already been disposed ot Iti ihlt way. r MEMBERS MUST EARN ot iwraortal MarX Twain by tio screen version ot "Hncklebflrry Ttaa." wblc-h opened a days' run at the Pnounix theatre last evening. Not only hat the delightful story j o( HiicV asd bis ndTenlurea been por- ,erj ber. Quotations Oped. Close. 1JJ14 100 93% 167 .Inly Oct. July Oct.'........... quoted. Cath Prices No. 2 C.W...12514 No. 3 Bstra No. 1 Teed..............125V- No. 1 Feed...125 No. Z Feed..124 Track ..........t......121'A 410 104 147 402 405 Dominion Parliament Will Not Pass Legislation Putting It in Effect, No. 3 Track........' No.'4 C.W...159 So. 1 N.W.U. Nu. 2 C.W.. 'J-U'-- -35f Condemned No. 2 aw. New Stocks NEW Juno 29. Closing sales: C. P. R., U. S. Steel, U. S. S.toel preferred, 105W. Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG. June Livestock Receipts: .490 tattle. 365 hbiv slid 165 sheep. The market today'was extremely slow with Welding on moat classes and grades of cattle decidedly weak. Supply .of good quality, butcher cattle and good of tne narrative and Ita suthof lives upon the screen. To directffr. Wililaiu P. Taylor, vta THEIR OWN SALARIES1 'aBorooriate atmositliete. but the OTTAWA, June of _ _, the houfio ol commons, that thvy are to set asT Increase from to t 000 lo the indemnity, are to I'O eul to new attendance regulations, itlcrto member must put in 30 10 draw tbe Menuiity, anl tor very (Jay In eicess of 15 days' ay lie has had to forfeit Tha iu__ tiv-jii f......----------- ew proposal is that a mac must put j photoplays ot the year. days lo get tbe K he i or imck are too well als In will not be "eductel jo relate-here. Boffice U to 20 per day, but he will be pain h t the Jlm Uke3 up the or eich of actual attendance. This, wher'tt Tom arc made rich t is pointed out. will overcome_lDe ,liielli discovery of Ule treasure in ompUlnl of many regular atlenaers, ib3 cave Follows the kidnapping o ..iLnM ,-onr good work tn Tom i 'Hack and ind of players headed by Sargent as Uoct and (Jordan Griffith BE Tom one of op n3 cae conteni very tv Ms rascally father, his ad een within '-be precincts ol tne yjiitiires on the raft on llio river, hi house shouW be paid on a basis 01 liie6UnI with tno "King" and th O per day lor all (lays ol attendance wsth the slave. Jim. and ther than reduction of J20 from tue reiurn lo the village where ma and our playmates ire u that of "Boaulv" Steele hi ainff an' dance for aa1 play Kfght of aro la aaks en1 jokes on Schultz an' imagination Into real''. peraonj. But the itoat he's to butt In too. j when Screen prpdnc- After the show If you want to. you ing cult whlcb distribute Its pictures can come right up on the stage through Metro, uiniertaJces loch pro- mc-et me- Minnie an' tie'soat an'j dut-tlon tbose who read the booi old man Schultl, an' Duffy an' all the boys and elris. And say, kids, you needn't bfl ifrald of Schulti. he's c-nly lollere citiss, an' honest, ot the nicest men you ever sae an' him Is pals. An' tie goat he atol nuther. We wOl be at[ the Majestic theitre nnlght. Henry'Peck, the liad Boy. surance that atmosphere, characterize tion, story and setting will have beei faithfully, Intelligently (restated inl the fomi of a motion picture; iht the cinematographic, rerelon wi equal, U not surpass, in power, pi1 LYTELL STARS IN "RIGHT OF WAY Screen Version of Sir Gilbert Parker's Celebrated Novel Will Be Shown. Wtat piotnlses tp bo one ot the real motion picture events of tho UUUPU ineoiin" "-o bom Sim pwslp ccncerains the per dav for all days of attendance the slave. Jim. and production, the promise Wds fair to 'rnm tue ._ .v- satlafactorlly come. the Colonial theatre on Wednesday .nd Thursday in a picturUatlon at Sir Gilbert Parker's greatest Hotel, "The Hbsht of starring tbe mag netlc aad-TerMtlle young actor, Bert lull" stipend as outlined ahore. It indsor Table OTTAWA, June main in ternal labor convention to which thi Donilnlou government representative assented at Washington in Novembe last, are to be referred for action t the nine provincial governments. De clslon to follow this course has bee reached following a rullus by tho de- partment of Justice. Principal amon tho conventions to be referred are: The eight-hour day. The children's charter (limiting th _Ee of employment ot thtldron in li UBtrlal eitabllEhnients lo H yeara) Prohibition of t'ne cmploymeo.t. i oung persons under 18 yeara Qf nd ot women In induBtrial establlsli- raente during tBenljht. Aoseni to ths international convcu- toas had aroused constitutional prob- erne. Early in the Eeesion, the minis- er of iUBtsce tlated. In the house thai, n his opirslou, the Dominion parlia- ment was without authority to ewact fie -eight-hour day. for Instance, If considered as a puroly Canadian iion. But tfce point arose whether, in assenting to. the treaty of VeraalHei oud subsequently to the conventions, the Dominion had not assumed such an International obligation as, under the-British North America act, would give the Dominion parliament author- ity to on act an eight-hour day. The opinion of the department' of justice has not been made public, but the ten- or ot it, it Is that while Canada recognized tho principle of the elght-bour day as-laid down ?in the abor section'pi ttfere'was no obligation imposed o Bnbmit the convention lo the Do- nion parliament for ratification. Under tha cireonjstiocos. Tt is held hat the Dominion parliament does not aye the necessary jurisdiction and ho conventions are therefore being eterred to tho provincial govern- for such action they may deem proper. There been some suggestion of an interprovlnclal'conference lor dis- cussion'of the situation, but such a course Is not now considered ncces- oary. as dt-ad. comedy, the Hth Black Secret." and a the tUKmented Mm 0[ L D iot wculher pro- PECK'S BAD BOY HAS ARRIVED IN LETHBREDGE me my goat an'; Schulti an' his grocery store an' Duffy, the policeman, on' a lot of pretty girls, an'-Ma ira' I'a I'cck. Now I want you to tell all the fellers an' 'girls I'm here an' I want you 'to he on hand at the Majestic tonight he- cituni) we're to mnkp yc'J laugh as vou never laughei before. Minnie Wins Her a Husband in New Para- mount Artcraft Production, "All-of-a-Sucfden Peggy" Marguerite Clark is toe tliird star ot tho dramatic world who has essayed (ho role of the vivacious Srlsli colleen in Krnest Dentists coTneJy, "All-of a- I.ytefl. It wOl be recalled that before author >prole this book he -was plain Gilbert Parker, a Canadian writer of note; and that after Its publication he- was by royal proclamation knighted becoming, because of tbe distinction of "The llight of Way" in the field ot letters; Sir Gilbert Parker. Tho pub- lishers of the volume, Messrs. Harper Brothers.jesllmale that the readers of this bco> ran Into the millions. Transisting celebrated books to the screen has In many Instances been dis- appointing, espcdclSr to readers whom widely known characters, such SQUEEZED TO DEATH When the body begins to stiffen and movement becomes painful itja usually an indication that Ae kidneys are out of order. Keep these organs healthy by taiing Peggy." Miss Clark appears In tbe piclure vereion at the Empress Theatre. The play, which IB an amusing story of the manner in which an Impulsive girl overturned the affairs of an Bns'-. lish nobleman's family, was origlnal- produced Lomton In 1506, wltli Marie Tempest in the heroine's part. H was so successful there (hat. IhtJ late Charles Prohman brought It to this country the following year, and presented it in Mew York. Henrietta Crosman played the role of Peggy.' Miss Clark's interpretation ot'tli'e part; is a thoroughly enjoyable'piece ol comedy worfc. She is assisted .by Jack Mnlhall as leading man and a competent supporting cast. AT THE PHOENIX A real serrice has been rendered not 11 only lo screen fane, but to every. Amer- ican who has laughed over the work? Marguerite Calgary Tbo world's standard remedy for Hrcr, bladder'and uric acid troubles. Famous rinc6 IM6, riffubily End in good health. All druggists, 50c. ft box. GDorantccd as represented, Look fcr Iha GoU and ucTpl DO Help Yoiir Digestion When ncid-diilretMd, relieve the indigestion with Ki-MQlDS Diwolve easily on plusint to take candy. Keep your stomach nreet, trj Kl-rrieldt HADE BY (COTT ft BOWNE MAKER9.or BCOTTS EKtULSCON eftt for Ketemz IrrlU- Uotis. H at once an J gradu- allf tho skin. Karnrlo box Dr. Ortftje'4 Olt. -icnt free If you ueudon and Jtr jwslago. the. n iox; all dealer! or K'lroanson, IJaTca tu-, JJmltctl. OTTAWA, Juno The branch of tho O.W.V.A. has eipresaRd opuoaltlcn to the pnrpose of the sill- rtler Bcttlement board lo sell to soldier settlers land! formerly comprising Ihc Pope leate. These lands arc to be disposed of by ballot at Calgary on the 23lh Insl. There nre ahout SO parcels, and the cost of the land aver- ages about }22 iier acre. is con tidered a very. moderate price. The veterans deaire to liavc .heso lands dyspoeed of as ordinary dominion lands. The- board's position, t Is staled, I? that, by order-in-council of Oct. Bpedally Talnable lands wera not to be conBldored of the ordinary homestead- class, and would lie disposed of under special con- ilitionfi. Several reasons are advanced in support of this policy Thousands of returned soldiers havo purchased land through the board. Many ot them pre locatoil nea th9 Pope leaift. They have paid til pravalling prices, and It would be un fair to them if other settlers In the same district received free equall: valuable lands. If tnesc lands to be given because of military aer rice only, all returned men in Canada would gc eligible to participate an this vrotild be impracticable. Thou sands of applications would he ro celved for comparatively few quarto sections. The policy of the board primarily Is to secure settlement. Eligibility Is not confined to. the C.E.F. It extends to Imperials also. Tho gift of valu- able land for soldier settlement was not Ten thousand men have purchased lands many more are applying lo purchase lands from privato owners, some of IVm 'in tbe district including the Popo lease, II is nol practicable lo depart _ from the basic principles of tjie j board's policy in the raflo of lands i this class, Kurlhcr, It is not dcair- 1 lhat Iheao lands stiolilci be possess- j by men who possibly might be at- traded by valuable gift rather than by any desire, to become producers and stay permanently on the land. The preference Is lo give them to ine men who are applying lo come under a purchagq policy In any it would be manifestly unfair to thuao who harti purchased laud lo iiial-.e a Biu of these, few parcels. Prior to tho surrender of '.he I'opo Icaso the board's liolicy wltli regnn! lo especially valuable llirids nn- "ALL OF A SUDDEN Krnest Denny's big alago laugh hit I At lasl on Ihc screen and tilled with Ihc charm of the 'lov- girl in pictures.' Tho lalo of an Irish lass iwho marrlocl off her mother by prelomling to ue 'married nut Peggy soon discovered lhat ''Husband' ivas no and you'll sit up and notice the rest! A picture sparkling with fun, charged with conflict, dancing with nll-of-a-sufUlcn surprises. ALSO CHRISTIE COMEDY AND TRAVEL PICTURE WATCH FOR "THE RIVER'O END" Curwood'E Groalest Story It Is Not Enough to have the bowels move. It is more important to persuade liver, kidneys, skin, and bowel? to act in harmony and against self-poison- ing. BEECHAM'S PILLS act favorably upon all organs in food-digestion and waSe-etiinirlation; they remove causes as well as relieve symptoms. and heart appeal way go to tbe picture .vrlih the as- TODAY AND TOMORROW sugn and remembrance. A tale thx will live at long at the world can His on Strttn Dont This Wotiiterful Picture SNUP POLLARD In "FRESH Comedy 'BLACK SECRET" at 8J CHEER SOY 18 MIRTH OF A t f t. 'n T- i n u Worth a Guinea a box. MJL EXTRA SPECIAL HOLIDAY ATTRACTION and'THURS. THIS WEEK A STIRRING PRODUCTION OF THE GREAT. CANADIAN STORY FOURTEEN -I-MUSICAL NEW SAME OLD BOY IJAD------HE KNOWS A RIOT OF HOURS OF. FUN 50c, 75c, 50e SPECIAL MATINEE NOT A' MOVING PICTURE CHILDREN 25c '5ir Giifiert Parker's master 'of the Canadian nor-th P HE O N IX TODAY AND TOMORROW (A tear, a laugh; and a tbriil of remembrance. A.tak that live as long as the world can smile. Scenario by Huckleberry finn ALL HIS ADVENTURES ON THE SCREEN DON'T iVflM THISVONDERFOL PICTURE SNUB POLLAHD IN "FRE8H PAINT" COMEDY THIRTEENTH EPISODE Kapond People Take Mice deck's Bad Company 12 PeoDle ConipMe Proiiycllun IN 9EVEN SUPERB ACTS (In spite tbe greatly added cost to us of this attraction, our prides wlli tis as usual. Adults, 35 Cents 'Children, 10 Cents Special Ezch Day at LAST TIME TONIGHT (TUESDAY) "The' The Road" and Other Attractions 8AME SHOW THAT PLAYS LETHBRIDGE, CALGARY, EDMON- TON AND ALL THE CITIES OF ALBERTA WILL PLAY AS FOLLOWS: ASSEMBLY HALL, MAGRATH, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30 GYMNASIUM DOMINION DAY, THURSDAY, JULY 1 OPERA HOUSE RAYMOND, FRIDAY, JULY 2 CO ANO SEE "PECK'S BAD A OOOO SHOW ;